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Gates FC.  1911.  An addition to the description of Streptopus longipes Fernald. Rhodora. 13:237.
Gates FC.  1946.  Moss in the revegetation of an area in northern Michigan. The Bryologist. 49:66-71.
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Gates FC, Breakey E.P, Woollett EC.  1927.  Distribution and abundance of Spartina michauxiana at Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan. Botanical Gazette. 83:185-193.
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Gates FC.  1950.  Beachpool development at Sedge Point, Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 34:3-8.
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Gates DM.  1978.  Atmospheric carbon dioxide increase and climate change. European Science Notes. 32:288-289.
Gates FC.  1912.  The vegetation of the region in the vicinity of Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan, 1911.
Gates DM, Strain B.R, Weber JA.  1982.  15 ecophysiological effects of changing atmospheric CO2 concentration. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology. 12D(Physiological Ecology)
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Gates FC, Nichols GElwood.  1930.  Relation betweeen age and diameter in trees of the primeval northern hardwood forest. Journal of Forestry. 28:395-398.
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Gates FC.  1917.  The relation between evaporation and plant succession in a given area. American Journal of Botany. 4:161-178.
Gates FC.  1922.  Meteorological summary, Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 2:161.
Gates FC.  1921.  Meteorological report for the season of 1919 at the University of Michigan Biological Station at Douglas Lake. :213.
Gates FC.  1950.  Hat Island, Lake Michigan: Its revegetation after bombing. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 53:217-228.
Gates FC, Ehlers JH.  1925.  An annotated list of the higher plants of the region of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 4:183-284.
Gates FC, Erickson EE.  1924.  Swamp and bog plants: Iris versicolor L. Torreya. 24:55-57.
Gates FC.  1917.  Synchronism in the flashing of fireflies. Science. 46:314.
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Gleason HAllan.  1925.  Species and area. Ecology. 6:66-74.
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